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Study Suggests Pot-Smoking Teens Get Dumber as They Grow Older

Study suggests pot-smoking teens get dumber as they grow older.

Shadow 2012: Drug War - Shadow Conventions 2012: Drug War

40 years after it started, the War on Drugs is a trillion dollar failure. Yet neither major party is talking about it. What's your take? Joining Marc Lamont Hill are Mark Kleiman, Keith Humphries, Mike Guy and Piper Kerman.

Clearing Money Fear

Clearing Money Fear

How Safe Are E-Cigarettes

The latest alternative to smoking cigarettes is marketed as a safe way to get a nicotine fix. So are e-cigarettes really safe or just another gimmick?

What Is an E-Cigarette?

Learn about e-cigarettes, how they work, what's inside them and why it's not the same as smoking.

Mind Fields: War's Cost - Brain Injuries Must Be A Priority For DOD

Almost 250,000 U.S. military troops risk developing a degenerative brain disease that can lead to suicide. The military can't afford the psychological costs of war. Josh Zepps and David Wood are joined by Matt Zeller, Joshua Flashman, Bernadette Beckwell and Rick Collins to discuss.

Myth or Reality: Liquor Before Beer You're in the Clear

Is the adage, "Beer before liquor, never been sicker - Liquor before beer, you're in the clear" myth or reality?

Myth or Reality: Poppy Seeds Affect a Drug Test

Find out whether eating poppy seeds can produce a positive drug test result for opiates.

Forgotten Love - When Alzheimer's Makes A Spouse Forget

If your spouse suffers from Alzheimer's and doesn't remember who you are, do your vows still hold? Guests Marie Marley, Dr. Gary Small and Ron Grant weigh in.

Ketamine as a Quick Fix for Depression

Ketamine, a tranquilizer used on large animals, and a class-C drug, may cause quick relief for severe depression.

The Best Vitamin Supplement For Memory, From Dr. Oz

What should you take to promote a healthy memory? Dr. Oz tells us the best supplement for maintaining good brain function. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

A Little Stress-Relieving Tip, From Dr. Oz

Heart surgeon, author, and host of The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Mehmet Oz gives a great, easy way to calm yourself and relieve stress. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

The Most Dangerous Words In The English Language, From Dr. Oz

Heart surgeon, author, and host of The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Mehmet Oz discusses how our mindset and mental state can affect healthiness, and why you shouldn't ever say these detrimental words, according to Dr. Oz. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

How To Treat Depression, From Dr. Oz

Are there better ways to treat the blues? Heart surgeon, author, and host of The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Mehmet Oz talks about depression, its symptoms and how to combat them. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

Brad Yates On Feeling Safe

Brad Yates on feeling safe

Your Turn: Phobias

Marlo shares her thoughts on phobias and asks you to share your own. Part of the series Your Turn on MarloThomas.com.

Pregnancy and Birth: Symptoms of PTSD Post Birth

Stacey, a mother and psychologist, discusses the symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder that can occur after a woman has given birth.

Pregnancy and Birth: Post Birth Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post traumatic stress disorder can affect women who have experienced a birth that for all intents and purposes was "normal".

Myths and Facts About Bath Salts

Another person turned zombie after ingesting bath salts... Wait! With all the news and the hype on Bath Salts it's not the easiest way to get the information needed to keep you safe. Here's the real story on bath salts. We inform you about the bath salt "Myths" , and give you the information you need to know. Extreme hallucinations, heart problems, they are illegal in most states, long-term effects, and more!

Self-Injury In Children, from Dr. Nancy Snyderman

Dr. Nancy Snyderman discusses signs to look out for and ways of preventing self-injury in children. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com

Tips For Dealing With Stress, from Nancy Snyderman

We all know that stress has a big impact on our lives, but how can we deal with it? Dr. Nancy Snyderman, Chief Medical Editor for NBC News, has the answers. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com

Deepak Chopra's Tips For Relieving Stress

Deepak Chopra, author and M.D., gives us three important steps for reducing our stress levels. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com

You've Got Augusten Burroughs

Author Augusten Burroughs ("This Is How") tells us how life's chaos comes into conflict with our natural desire for equality and fairness, and why saying 6 little words can make your life more difficult.

Foods That May Help Boost Your Brain Power

Little memory lapses can be frustrating and they can get much worse as we age. For some, they can turn into bigger problems like dementia or Alzheimer's. Find out what you can do today to maximize memory and conquer cognitive problems.

USA Weekend: What You Don't Know About Depression

The Doctors have an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as the exclusive medical contributors to its weekly HealthSmart column! Latest: What you don't know about depression.

How To Avoid Becoming A Bridezilla

With the weather getting warmer, it means more engagements and weddings. But how do you keep your cool as you plan the most important day of your life?

Aids That Can Really Help You Quit Smoking

Trying to kick the smoking habit? Pharmacist Doug White shows you the best tools from gum to patches to sprays to help you stop smoking.

Binge Drinking Dangers You Didn't Know

The Doctors reveal life-threatening side effects of binge drinking you didn't know about.

Why Women Find It Harder to Quit Smoking Than Men

In this edition of EmpowHER's "HER Daily Dose", Michelle King Robson examines a study in which scientists claim to have found a scientific explanation as to why it may be harder for women to quit smoking than for men.

What Went Wrong with Nicole's Drug Recovery

Previously on The Doctors, Nicole, a then 21-year-old mother desperate to break the hold heroin had on her life took steps toward fighting her addiction. Unfortunately, her progress has since taken a dramatic turn. What went wrong?
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